Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 25, 2018
Pros Decent pay, but you pay for it by having no work/life balance. And, don't expect a raise of any sort.
Cons Are there any? I honestly do not know where to start. The pay here is above average, but there is a reason for that. You are expected to work 60+ hours per week and at a moments notice, with no thought to home or family plans ...and little if any compensation. Management keeps too many secrets and doesn't share information easily.
Communication is virtually non-existent. Managers and subordinates often do not know what's happening from day to day. Saying it's disorganized is a bit of an understatement. Access to systems, tools and information is very limited and almost secretive. Constantly told to be patient and that information would begin to flow.
As with any far flung enterprise, travel is required and Management authorizes it, but then nickel and dimes you on reimbursement, sometimes taking up to 90+ days to send it. Current employees are unhappy with nearly every aspect of their jobs and consistently looking to leave.
project manager (Former Employee) – Racine, WI – November 18, 2016
Numerous cutting edge efforts/projects for the purpose of providing the best solutions to clients.
Involved in the deploying of VDI/linked clones, Office 365, share point design allowing for greater client up time. Efforts to move to a system with enhanced security with greater ability to manage the environment.
Co-workers always engaged but able to assist. The most enjoyable part of the job was the cooperation with clients to meet and exceed their expectations.